Top 5 Instagram fitness posts of the yoga enthusiast that we love

Most recently, a week before her birthday, Ankita Konwar was seen performing the full-split in front of the Red Fort in New Delhi. (Photo credit: Ankita Konwar/Instagram)

New Delhi: She is fit, she is admirable, and yet enviable enough – that is model Ankita Konwar for all of her fans. Actor-model Milind Soman’s wife and a fitness icon for the youth (much like her husband), there is a lot that fans have to look up to in the actress and rightly so. A known yoga enthusiast, she is seen practicing various poses and breaking a sweat in non-traditional locales – even when on vacation.

As Ankita Konwar turns 31, we look back at some of her best posts that fans love above all else.

The full split: Most recently, a week before her birthday, Konwar was seen performing the full split in front of the Red Fort in New Delhi. In this post, she is seen flaunting her flexibility and strength to all followers. Also known as the Hanumanasana, she has been seen performing the advanced pose earlier as well.

An admirable runner: Much like her husband, the Made In India man, Ankita Konwar, too, is an admirable runner. And as it turns out, the workout helps her stay fit and fight episodes of laziness as well.

Camel pose by the river: Utrasana or the Camel Pose is one of the most challenging yoga poses of all time – but that did not stop Konwar from nailing it and performing it while working out by the river. One of the best stretching exercises, this asana works on the front body and back muscles as well.

The Natarajasana: Not long ago, Konwar went on a dreamy vacation with her husband Milind Soman. But fitness comes yet again for the yoga enthusiast – even in Egypt, while exploring various museums and spots in the medieval country, she was seen going for a run and performing the Natarajasana.

Camatkarasana: Another advanced pose, Konwar was seen surrendering herself to the Earth when she performed the Camatkarasana. The advanced pose is also known as the Wild Thing which strengthens the shoulders, upper back and hip flexors while energising the body and mind.

Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a dietician before starting any fitness programme or making any changes to your diet.